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We are our stories. Let's share them. Some of these shows can also be found at evaphiletawright.com and comments or questions can be sent to me through that site or at evaphiletawright@gmail.com. My book, The Entertainer is the Charm, can be purchased at http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00505T10K or through http://sbpra.com/EvaPhiletaWright/

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The parts we never got to in our first story of tea. Today we share stories of what happened when Britain got into the act.

Another story or two from the book, available at Amazon or Barnes and Noble

The Entertainer is the Charm is available finally on Amazon and Barnes and Noble. The press Release is out. We've seen the book itself, in hard copy. In honor of all this the story today will be directly from the book. Hope you like it!

Indian music has a wild, ethereal and magical sound -- let's look into why! This episode ends with a music lesson from our guest speaker today. Professor Shivkumar, Sing along and learn a tongue-twisting raga!

The second part of the tale of Lady Tsogyal, taken from her autobiography

The monk matures further in wisdom. Let's hear what he has to say about his life. Today's episode goes beyond just the story of his life. Today we'll go through some of the pithy sayings that the wise old monk left behind and delve into... more

Deeper and deeper into the world and identity of dakinis, and how they relate to us humans

In a previous segment of his autobiography, Han Shan dealt with the degradation of false accusation. Come and hear how he handled this disgrace overcame the event retaining his dignity and stature.

The monk matures in wisdom. Let's hear what he has to say about it. Even the false accusations and inter-cult subterfuge we learned about in the last episode can't stop him now. Nobocy can keep a good man down.

Continuing on with the autobiography of Han Shan Zi, started last week, we let the life of this great man speak for itself. He has inspired Chan practitioners in China, Japan and Korea for centuries. Let's find out why.
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